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One document revealed that the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) was strongly interested in whether the Israeli airline, El Al, might have any gun-toting Israeli spies among its staff in international airports. It questioned whether El Al staff might have illegally obtained firearms.
South Korea’s spy agency wanted a “specific security assessment” of Greenpeace International’s director, Kumi Naidoo, before the G20 summit in Seoul in 2010, while Cameroon’s espionage agency sought an intelligence report on an opposition politician before an election in 2011. The Rwandan government wanted the authority to spy on “negationists” – anyone who questioned its version of the Rwandan genocide. And Sri Lanka wanted information on Tamils from Canada and elsewhere who were allegedly attending “military training” in South Africa.
originally posted by: DJW001
If you think "they" are interested in you, you need to ask yourself why.